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FEMIP Trust Fund

  •  Date: 24/07/2014
The FTF, which is managed by the EIB, was therefore established in 2004, following a decision of the European Council. By the end of 2013, 16 EU Member States and the European Commission had contributed a total of EUR 44.6m to the Fund, on a voluntary basis.
 

Environmental and Social Standards Overview

  •  Date: 23/07/2014
The following brief overview of the standards outlines the promoters’ responsibilities in their application to EIB projects.
 

EIB INFO n°154 - Partnering for accelerated innovation in Europe

  •  Date: 22/07/2014
This edition of EIB INFO puts the spotlight on projects that drive innovation and skills, but also highlights the value of innovation partnerships.
 

FEMIP Annual Report 2013

  •  Date: 18/07/2014
With its financing effort maintained in 2013, the EIB has reached over EUR 5bn of new financing operations in the Mediterranean region since 2011.
 

The European Investment Bank in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific: Business Strategy 2014-2016

  •  Date: 24/06/2014
The strategy has different levels of priority, with two key focus areas: Infrastructure and Financial Sector.
 

Impact financing in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific

  •  Date: 24/06/2014
A new strategic EU approach to increase the impact of EU development policy.
 

Report on results of EIB operations outside the EU - Overview 2013

  •  Date: 18/06/2014
This flyer is a summary of the 2013 report on the Results Measurement framework for EIB Operations outside the EU.
 

Road Safety

  •  Date: 13/06/2014
Road accidents are a major health problem, both globally and in Europe. They are also a cause of severe economic losses. The EIB has long promoted EU road safety best practices through investment in safer roads and the design of safer vehicles.
 

Annual Report 2013 on EIB activity in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific, and the overseas territories

  •  Date: 13/06/2014
This report covers operations in the ACPs and OCTs, as well as those in South Africa which are under a different external mandate.
 

Carbon Footprint 2013

  •  Date: 12/06/2014
The carbon footprint report helps our management, staff and other stakeholders to gain a better understanding of our impact on climate change resulting from our internal operations. Detailed analysis of the different activities and their emissions allows key decision makers at the Bank to measure the impacts of carbon abatement activities and identify areas where further improvements could be made.
 


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